Storm superstar Cameron Munster's grim admission after heavy defeat to Panthers

Storm superstar Cameron Munster's grim admission after heavy defeat to Panthers

Superstar Melbourne five-eighth Cameron Munster made a grim admission moments after the heavy loss to Penrith, saying the Storm "looked like an under-12s team". The Storm was without megastar fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen and gun halfback Jahrome Hughes, but Munster didn't make excuses after the 32-6 loss to the reigning premiers. READ MORE: Violent fans booted from Suncorp Stadium READ MORE: Norman's rebel league claims biggest victim yet READ MORE: AFL's 'ridiculous' crackdown causes mayhem "We were poor," Munster told former Storm teammate Cameron Smith on Nine's coverage. "Didn't really care who we had out. Still had a good enough team to give the Panthers a shake. "We can whinge about the weather or whinge about the slippery ball, but we were poor tonight and that's not us, especially against a …
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